Welcome to Tepic

Across from Plaza Principal the ornate cathedral, dedicated in 1804, casts a regal eye over the square. Opposite is the Palacio Municipal (city hall), where nearby you’ll often find Huicholes selling handicrafts at reasonable prices. Calle Amado Nervo, north of city hall, and nearby streets are lined with stalls where you can try local specialties such as tejuino (a fermented corn drink) and guamuchil (a small white fruit).

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